9th March 2013
Chorley-based Inscape, which designs, installs and manufactures washroom and healthcare environments for projects nation-wide, has said it will donate £10 to the Red Nose Day fund for every employee who wears a red nose all day, while at work on Friday March 15.
It has also bought a stock of red noses to take to the construction sites it is working on around the country and for every Inscape fitter in the field who wears a red nose, another £10 donation per person will be made. Other companies on site can also join in because every group photo taken with fellow site workers who don a red nose for Inscape will generate a further £10 donation.
Inscape believes it can raise several hundred pounds over the next week as it takes its red noses out and about and encourages colleagues from other organisations to join in with its Red Nose Day initiative.
Managing Director, Paul Mills, says: â€œWe hope to get as many of our employees and construction contacts as possible in the Red Nose Day mood, simply by asking them to wear a nose for the day, or pose for a group photo while wearing one. Its all about having fun, but in this case, the fun will trigger a generous donation from Inscape.â€
Inscape plays an active part in supporting community schemes where it can, particularly in the areas of sport, leisure and education. It has over 20 years experience in its sector and is the UKs leading manufacturer and installer of washroom systems, changing facilities and hygienic wall cladding.